73 questions with myself, alone in a dorm room
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73 questions with myself, alone in a dorm room

Things go south quickly *knock knock* “Hey Kate! We’re here to ask you 73 questions. Should we jump right into it?” “Yeah, let’s do it!” “Oops, would you…

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Teacher yet to learn swearing in class doesn’t make him cool
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Teacher yet to learn swearing in class doesn’t make him cool

Never have the RateMyProfessor comments presented a more united front Middle school was likely the last time an offhand curse word sparked any emotion in students’ hearts. Unfortunately,…

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Banning chemicals is not enough if the government doesn’t force proper cleanup
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Banning chemicals is not enough if the government doesn’t force proper cleanup

Approximately 25,000 barrels of toxic chemicals were found off the coast of LA after sitting for decades Cancerous sea lions. What might sound like a Cards Against Humanity…

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UC Davis launches new on-campus bakery: Gary Maykery
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UC Davis launches new on-campus bakery: Gary Maykery

Because what else would it be called? Preheat those ovens, because UC Davis is getting a new on-campus bakery, courtesy of a large donation made by the chancellor.…

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ASUCD endorsements: Consider the following
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ASUCD endorsements: Consider the following

The Editorial Board endorses six candidates for ASUCD Senate ASUCD Fall Elections began today on Monday, May 10, with 14 Senate candidates running for six available seats, two…

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In memoriam, financial corruption
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In memoriam, financial corruption

Bernie Madoff is dead Bernie Madoff, the prince Ponzi pusher and embodiment of financial corruption is dead at age 82. With his death, the financial industry, America and…

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How divergent narratives of opioid drug addictions create lives of expectation and exception
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How divergent narratives of opioid drug addictions create lives of expectation and exception

Media coverage of the opioid epidemic has significant impacts on policy and public sympathy  Like 2 million Americans, George Floyd struggled with an opioid addiction. However, courtrooms and…

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Vaccine posting: the internet’s newest social currency
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Vaccine posting: the internet’s newest social currency

Posting your vaccination isn’t just feed fodder I got stabbed two  weeks ago, thanks to Pfizer. It’s been a long time coming, this vaccine of ours, and I…

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Blatantly transphobic bills have no place in our country
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Blatantly transphobic bills have no place in our country

With antitransgender legislation on the rise, it’s on each of us to support transgender lives On March 31, 2021, President Joe Biden released a proclamation on International Transgender…

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The crisis in India is our crisis too
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The crisis in India is our crisis too

We can do more on a national and individual level to support people in India and those of Indian descent in our local communities As things start to…

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Let baseball players interview in their native language
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Let baseball players interview in their native language

We need to stop judging people by foreign language interviews Professional baseball players come from all over the world and speak many different native languages; it’s part of…

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Taking a minute to humble Trader Joe’s
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Taking a minute to humble Trader Joe’s

I’m losing friends over this I bought a pair of boxing gloves and scheduled an appointment with a therapist just for this article—I’m ready for the backlash.  I…

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Terrible news: Two people you hate just started dating
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Terrible news: Two people you hate just started dating

They deserve each other, but the worst among us don’t deserve them Theodore was in one of your classes. He’s undeclared but keeps telling people he’s planning on…

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UCD genetics department starts making new animals ‘just for fun’
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UCD genetics department starts making new animals ‘just for fun’

“Why cure cancer when I can make like, a really big rat?” Cancer research will have to wait as UC Davis genetic students have grown tired of their…

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Major League Baseball versus the Georgia Voting Laws
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Major League Baseball versus the Georgia Voting Laws

Nobody knows who they’re sticking it to New voting laws passed in Georgia to appease former President Donald J. Trump, and supporters of the “Stop the Steal” campaign…

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